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  • Powerstrap wearable gadget charger

    If you're constantly finding your mobile phone, MP3 players or games consoles run out of battery while you're on the go, the Powerstrap offers an unusual solution. It's a rechargable battery pack that straps to your wrist so it's always availalbe,

  • Vexia Econav 480 satnav

    If you like the idea of getting from A to B without delay but also without spending more than you need on fuel, the Vexia Econav satnav range is sure to appeal.

  • The Chumby Classic Wi-Fi device

    Chumby has launched an updated version of its original portable Wi-Fi web-access device to the US market. The Chumby One eschews the cuddly, consumer-friendy design of the original Chumby - now known as the Chumby Classic  - in favour of more angular lines.

  • iRiver Story e-book reader

    MP3 maker iRiver has joined the torrent (sorry) of manufacturers bringing out electronic book readers. The iRiver Story has a 6in screen, weighs 284g and has a reported battery life of 100 hours between charges.

  • Video: BlackBerry Curve 8900 - In Brief

    The BlackBerry Curve 8900 is the thinnest and lightest BlackBerry smartphone to date

  • EV Stores Electric Skateboard

    This may well be the ultimate dangerous toy for boys. It certainly had this lass worried.

  • Foxit eSlick FE-1 e-book reader

    E-book readers are fast becoming the overdue buses of the gadget world. We waited years for the first ones to appear; now there seems to be an unstemmable tide.

  • Messless multi gadget charger

    If you're fed up with having hundreds of different chargers for mobile phones, iPod and portable cameras, all cluttering up your house, then the Messless could be ideal for you.

  • Barnes & Noble Nook e-book reader

    Just when the Amazon Kindle e-book finally starts international shipping, along comes another. 

  • Hannspree Photo Alarm Clock

    Hannspree has launched the Photo Alarm Clock - an alarm clock with FM radio that will also display your favourite digital photographs.

  • Keybag

    Ever wondered what happens to a computer keyboard when it's superseded by a slimmer, sleeker new one?

  • TomTom Start satnav

    TomTom has unveiled Start - an entry-level satnav designed for occasional drivers or those who haven't used a satnav device before.

  • Bluelounge Refresh iPhone charger

    Plagued by a tangle of cables and fed up with never having the right charger to hand? The Bluelounge Refresh is designed to help. It's a charging dock that also acts as a cable tidy.

  • Hatti Trading Pink Daisy netbook snug

    Fed up with all those plastic and nylon cases for your gadgetry? Hatti Trading has come up with an alternative.

  • WWF Endangered Species USB sticks

    The World Wildlife Fund (the WWF) has launched a boxset of USB memory keys in the shape of animals it's fundraising to protect.

  • Q-London QL Xperience 2 at IFA show

    The Q-London QL Xperience 2 is the upgraded widescreen version of Q-London's Xperience virtual-screen shades: 'cinemas for the face', in essence.

  • Sony Reader Touch e-book reader

    Sony has added a touch-sensitive model to its Reader electronic book line-up, the Sony Reader Touch. Sony has also launched a smaller e-book model, the Sony Reader Pocket.

  • Wildcharge PowerDisc wireless iPhone charger

    Means of keeping gadgetry charged are becoming almost as prevalent as protective cases to keep them from becoming scratched and losing their lustre.

  • Video: Telmap for BlackBerry - In Brief

    We took the Telmap Navigator for a drive from South West Wales to South London to see how it would compare to a standalone satnav device.

  • TrueCall phone call monitor

    Fans of Dragons Den may well recognise the TrueCall - it's a clever little box that helps you monitor incoming calls and only accept those from numbers on a 'white list' - in much the same way that you can automatically allow or block websites and files using security software and filtering rules.



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